FALLS CHURCH, Va., December 16, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Analytic Services Inc (ANSER) today announced that it has acquired Fairfax-based at InTec, LLC., a leader in providing technical and managerial expertise across the federal government, to include intelligence, civil and defense agencies. With the acquisition of InTec, ANSER expands its capabilities as a leading not-for-profit public service providing expertise in systems engineering and integration, intelligence operations, mission assurance and program management in the areas of national security, internal security and public policies.
Steve hopkins, President and CEO of ANSER, said: “For 63 years, ANSER has improved national and internal security by strengthening public institutions. We provide thought leadership to complex problems through independent analysis and provide practical and useful solutions. integrity and initiative, and we are customer-centric in everything we do. Because we were created for a public service, not-for-profit purpose, we measure our success in the impact of our service. With InTec, our combined goal of customer-focused culture and innovative approach allow us to deliver to an expanded customer base. “
Bruce donaldson, Founder and CEO of InTec, said, “It’s great to see that the years of hard work to develop and mature a very innovative and successful approach to meeting the needs of clients in the intelligence community and beyond continue. with a large company like ANSER. “
ANSER is a public service research institute organized as a non-profit society dedicated to informing the decisions that shape the future of the nation. We provide objective studies and analysis to the national security, homeland security and public policy communities using a diverse set of skills and capacities that include analysis of alternatives, analysis of acquisitions, analysis workforce, performance measurement, policy formulation, countering weapons of mass destruction and risk assessment. In addition, ANSER builds and leads technology development collaborations through its subsidiary Advanced Technology International (ATI), which specializes in organizing and managing research and development consortia on behalf of the federal government. For more information visit: www.anser.org.